Le Jardin du Golfe
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the city more than I could in this little blurb.
After Cannes we took a day trip to Marseilles. Not much went on here as we were simply waiting for our plane to Amsterdam!
We'll miss France, but it's time for the next adventure.
Today did not turn out exactly as we intended!!
When down in the town yesterday we found out that there is a bus which runs along the coast, stopping at most resorts. The service on Sundays is quite restricted, but there was a bus to St Tropez at 11.35am and one back at 4pm.
We packed our lunch etc and wandered down to town. We thought the ...
... I was going to spend the day exploring the shopping areas if Cannes which are so cool.... however, a full day was not going to be granted. The boat that was in Milena's slip did not leave on time...... in fact he left very late.... It was not until 3:00p.m., that we were allowed to make our way across Vieux Port, to the Quai St. Pierre. I remember how tight the final turn is, and was having total confidence in Jean-Pierre to be an excellent bow or ...
... and charcoal for the barbie. We then set off towards Cannes - a 30 min drive away. We found a very convenient carpark building right in the centre which led us down to the main undercover market selling beautiful fresh flowers (10 roses for 6e!), fresh fruit & veg, meat and cheese. We walked along La Croisette main drag admiring all the amazing super yachts of the rich and famous. We stumbled across the golden sands of ...
... with Austria and the chance to do away with our friend Andreas Hofer. He, however, didn't pay his hospice bill of 40,000 francs, an account that remained outstanding until settled with a token payment by French President Mitterrand in 1984. Many would have seen the heroic painting of Napoleon crossing the Alps on his prancing white stallion which is, of course, a nonsense. General Bonaparte made the crossing mounted on a sure-footed mule as any sensible fellow ...